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From the defense and president trump's impeachment trial without objection we are adjourned former national security adviser John Bolton's claim that president trump told him he was withholding aid to Ukraine until it helped with the probe into the bidens has wild lawmakers there the presidential council Alan Dershowitz says if a president any president what you have done with the times reported about the contact of the Bolton manuscript that would not constitute an impeachable offense Mr trump's lawyer Pat's a Bologna adds an election is only months away and for the first time in history they're asking you to remove the president from the ballot Democrats and some Republicans are calling for Bolton to testify if lawmakers decide to allow witnesses there has been no movement yet on that front and Alison Keyes on a five to four vote the Supreme Court is allowing the trump administration to put in place new rules that could jeopardize permanent resident status for immigrants who use government assistance it's not a final ruling on the merits but what the court has done is it said that the public charge rule that the administration announced in twenty eighteen can begin going into effect while the litigation is proceeding and this public charge rule is aimed at preventing the migration of people who might become likely to take public benefits if they get a green card CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy's says under the new policy officials can deny green cards to legal immigrants if they use programs such as food stamps Medicaid and housing vouchers at least eight people died and there are fears that number could climb after an explosive fire at that tore through a marina along the Tennessee River in northeastern Alabama dozens of vessels mostly house both burned CBS news correspondent Courtney's about ski has more from Scottsboro.